We love having the opportunity to share our relationship-saving message with people from all over the globe. It’s such a treat to talk to so many people whose relationships have been saved or improved, and always fun to hear the wide variety of individual money stories.Just last week a woman came running up to us, breathless with excitement about the “revelation” she had about her sister.
The other day we were talking to a young lady and she was telling us about her Saver Money Personality – she gets a darn right thrill out of the coupon section in the Sunday paper! Our comment to her was, “we bet your fiancé is the exact opposite.” She said… “YOU’RE RIGHT, HOW DID YOU KNOW?” We both smiled.
Coming home from vacation is so hard! While you’re swinging in a hammock in paradise you forget your long list of things-to-do, your bills, your diet and your boss. Coming home is a startling return to reality.
Josh’s return home was especially startling.
Home from Maui with his new bride, he went to their bulging mailbox to retrieve the mail. He wondered how two people could get this much mail in just one week?
At least the wedding and honeymoon bills hadn’t arrived yet. He hated to think of the bills
How thrilled would you be if someone handed you a check for $2500—for something you would be honored to do for free?
This happened to a friend of ours recently. He’s a college professor and was asked to share his insight as a keynote speaker on a topic he loves. The university called him on his way home to tell him he’d been selected from a pool of candidates to speak at this well-attended, scholarly event. Cal was so thrilled he immediately started making plans in his head, and almost didn’t hear them add “and you’ll receive an honorarium of $2500.”
Natalie Tysdal and Chris Parente appear to know everything about everyone … every day! As Emmy winners and co-hosts of Denver’s FOX31 Everyday show, you would guess they have heard it all. But, we might have found the one exception.
We had such fun on FOX & Friends this week! Apparently it was enough fun that we were asked to return to the show on Saturday, and for The Money Couple® to contribute regularly to FOXNews.com’s Features & Faces section. We are grateful for the opportunity to help as many people as possible see eye-to-eye about day-to-day spending!
We have a trailer for our brand new book!
Ever wonder why they call them “trailers?” We did. Decades ago when movies were first made, short advertisements for new features “trailed” at the end of the film. However, that practice didn’t last long because patrons left the theater immediately after the films ended, bypassing the ads! But the name “trailer” stuck—even though they are now shown before the start of the film.
Our family likes trailers because we appreciate the opportunity to see a brief preview of something before we invest our time and money into it. We thought you might too, so we created this fun trailer for our new book. Pass the popcorn!
Thanks for watching!
Now you and your spouse can see eye-to-eye on day-to-day money decisions with our new book, The 5 Money Personalities™: Speaking the Same Love and Money Language.